For more than 17 years, SEI has worked with Nevada’s Continuum of Care organizations. Competition announcements and other relevant information can be found below.

Rural Nevada Continuum of Care: 2018 Competition

The Rural Nevada Continuum of Care is proud to publicly post the Consolidated Application, including the Collaborative Application and Priority Listing for the 2018 CoC Competition. If successful, this collaborative community-wide effort will result in $647,128 in housing and supportive services in rural Nevada to help us achieve the mission to prevent and end homelessness. Thank you to everyone throughout the continuum who has played a role in making this application possible.

For any questions, contact Kelly Marschall at 775-324-4567 or click here.

Attachments:
NV-502 Collaborative Application
NV-502 Priority Listing

Posted: September 14, 2018

 

Reno Area Alliance for the Homeless: 2018 Competition

The Reno Area Alliance for the Homeless is proud to publicly post the Consolidated Application, including the Collaborative Application and Priority Listing for the 2018 CoC Competition. If successful, this collaborative community-wide effort will result in over $1.9 million in housing and supportive services to help us achieve the mission to prevent and end homelessness. Thank you to everyone throughout the continuum who has played a role in making this application possible.

For any questions, contact Kelly Marschall at 775-324-4567 or click here.

Attachments:
NV-501 Collaborative Application
NV-501 Priority Listing

Posted: September 14, 2018

 

Reno Area Alliance for the Homeless: 2017 Competition

The Reno Area Alliance for the Homeless is proud to publicly post the Consolidated Application, including the Collaborative Application, Priority Listing, and all project applications for the 2017 CoC Competition. If successful, this collaborative community-wide effort will result in over $1.7 million in housing and supportive services to help us achieve the mission to prevent and end homelessness. Thank you to everyone throughout the continuum who has played a role in making this application possible.

For any questions, contact Kelly Marschall at 775-324-4567 or click here.

Attachments:
NV- 501 Collaborative Application
NV-501 All Project Applications
NV-501 Priority Listing

Posted: September 25, 2017

 

Rural Nevada Continuum of Care: 2017 Competition

The Rural Nevada Continuum of Care is proud to publicly post the Consolidated Application, including the Collaborative Application, Priority Listing, and all project applications for the 2017 CoC Competition. If successful, this collaborative community-wide effort will result in $612,663 in housing and supportive services in rural Nevada to help us achieve the mission to prevent and end homelessness. Thank you to everyone throughout the continuum who has played a role in making this application possible.

For any questions, contact Sarah Yeats Patrick at 775-324-4567 or click here.

Attachments:
NV-502 Collaborative Application
NV-502 All Project Applications
NV-502 Priority Listing

Posted: September 25, 2017

 

Rural Rating and Ranking Policies and Final Ranking: 2017 Competition

The HUD released the Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the 2017 Continuum of Care Program (CoC) Competition on July 14, 2017. The purpose of the funding is to promote a community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness; to provide funding for efforts by nonprofit providers, States, and local governments to quickly re-house homeless individuals, families, persons fleeing domestic violence, and youth while minimizing the trauma and dislocation caused by homelessness; to promote access to and effective utilization of mainstream programs by homeless; and to optimize self-sufficiency among those experiencing homelessness.
Attachments:
CoC_Review_Ranking_Process 2017 final
Rating and Ranking Tool Rural 2017 9-13-17

Posted: September 18, 2017

 

RAAH Rating and Ranking Policies and Final Ranking: 2017 Competition

The HUD released the Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the 2017 Continuum of Care Program (CoC) Competition on July 14, 2017. The purpose of the funding is to promote a community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness; to provide funding for efforts by nonprofit providers, States, and local governments to quickly re-house homeless individuals, families, persons fleeing domestic violence, and youth while minimizing the trauma and dislocation caused by homelessness; to promote access to and effective utilization of mainstream programs by homeless; and to optimize self-sufficiency among those experiencing homelessness.
Attachments:
CoC_Review_Ranking_Process 2017 final
Approved Ranking for NV-501

Posted: September 8, 2017

 

Rural Nevada Continuum of Care: 2016 Competition

The Rural Nevada Continuum of Care is proud to post the Collaborative Application and the project priorities for the 2016 CoC Competition. If successful, this collaborative community-wide effort will result in $632,000 in housing and supportive services in rural Nevada to help us achieve the mission to prevent and end homelessness. Thank you to everyone throughout the continuum who has played a role in making this application possible.
For any questions, contact Sarah Yeats Patrick at 775-324-4567.
Attachments:
NV-502 FY16 Collaborative Application
NV-502 FY16 Priority Listing

Reno Area Alliance for the Homeless: 2016 Competition

The Reno Area Alliance for the Homeless is proud to post the Collaborative Application and the project priorities for the 2016 CoC Competition. If successful, this collaborative community-wide effort will result in over $1.7 million in housing and supportive services to help us achieve the mission to prevent and end homelessness. Thank you to everyone throughout the continuum who has played a role in making this application possible.
For any questions, contact Kelly Marschall at 775-324-4567.
Attachments:
Collaborative Application for Posting 9-12-16
Priority Listing for Posting 9-12-16

 

HUD 2016 CoC Competition Materials

The following materials will be used for monitoring, and for rating and ranking of all new and renewal project applications for the HUD FY 2016 CoC Competition.
Attachments:
CoC_Review_Ranking_Process final
2016-Rating-and-Ranking-Tool-Renewal-Application
2016-Monitoring-Tool
2016-Rating-and-Ranking-Tool-New-Application

 

NV 501 CoC Applications for 2015 Competition

The NV 501 CoC for the City of Reno, City of Sparks and Washoe County Collaborative Application is now available to the public. The Collaborative Application is posted along with the Project Priority listing and copies of each application to be submitted for the 2015 competition.
If you have any questions about the applications or processes, please contact Kelly Marschall.
Attachments:
Rating and Ranking Final with actual amounts
Northern Nevada HMIS Application Final
CoC Collaborative Application NV 501 2015 Final
NV 501 Project Priority Submission 2015
NNAMHS SPC 1
NNAMHS SPC 2
ReStart VOA RRH
ReStart Anchor
The Ridge House New RRH 2015
Washoe County SPC renewal
WC PSH 2015 New

 

Notification of Rural Nevada Collaborative Application for Public Review: 2015

This posting contains the final Collaborative Application, Priority Listing submission, and the 10 project applications (2 new, 7 renewals and 1 planning grant) that will be submitted for the 2015 HUD Continuum of Care Competition. Collectively these applications address the priorities of the 15-county area served by the RNCoC.
On November 18, 2015, the Rural Nevada Continuum of Care (RNCoC) will meet and formally approve submission of the Collaborative Application and prioritized projects.
If you are interested receiving future information about the Rural Nevada Continuum of Care meetings and process, please submit your request to Sarah Boxx.
Attachments:
AA_CollaborativeApplication_PublicReview
AB_Priority Listing_PublicReview
01_HMIS 2015 Rural Nevada.FINAL
02_Carson HHS – SPC II_11_13_2015. FINAL
03_NFTC – Transitional Center_11_13_15.FINAL
04_Rural Clinics Renewal Application FINAL
05-Carson HHS – SPC 1_11_13_15.FINAL
06_Vitality 2015 Renewal Application FINAL
07_FCAA NV-502 Humboldt PH_11_13_2015.FINAL
08_Churchill – RRH2017-1_11_13_15.FINAL
09_Douglas-Transitional Housing_11_13_15.FINAL
10_DPBH_Planning Grant_11_13_15 FINAL

 

2015 RNCoC Notification of Rating and Ranking Results and Reallocation

On November 12, 2015, the Rating and Ranking Committee (RRC) finalized the rating and ranking recommendations from the RRC. The formal approval will be provided by the Steering Committee on November 18, 2015 during the regularly scheduled Rural Nevada Continuum of Care monthly meeting.
This document provides the approved applications for the 2015 CoC Competition and serves as notice for those projects that will be reallocated or which will relinquish funding (be rejected). Project applicants whose project was rejected may appeal the local CoC competition decision to HUD if the project applicant believes it was denied the opportunity to participate in the local CoC planning process in a reasonable manner by submitting a Solo Application in e-snaps directly to HUD prior to the application deadline of 7:59:59 p.m. eastern time on November 20, 2015. The CoC’s notification of rejection of the project in the local competition must be attached to the Solo Application. If the CoC fails to provide written notification outside of e-snaps, the Solo Applicant must attach evidence that it attempted to participate in the local CoC planning process and submitted a project application that met the local deadlines, along with a statement that the CoC did not provide the Solo Applicant written notification of the CoC rejecting the project in the local CoC competition.
Attachments:
05. Notification of Rating and Ranking Results and Reallocation

 

2015 RAAH Notification of Rating and Ranking Results and Reallocation

On November 5, 2015, the Reno Area Alliance for the Homeless Leadership Council, (also known as the CoC Board) approved the rating and ranking recommendations from the RRC. This document provides the approved applications for the 2015 CoC Competition and serves as notice for those projects that will be reallocated or which will relinquish funding (be rejected).
Project applicants whose project was rejected may appeal the local CoC competition decision to HUD if the project applicant believes it was denied the opportunity to participate in the local CoC planning process in a reasonable manner by submitting a Solo Application in e-snaps directly to HUD prior to the application deadline of 7:59:59 p.m. eastern time on November 20, 2015.  The CoC’s notification of rejection of the project in the local competition must be attached to the Solo Application.  If the CoC fails to provide written notification outside of e-snaps, the Solo Applicant must attach evidence that it attempted to participate in the local CoC planning process and submitted a project application that met the local deadlines, along with a statement that the CoC did not provide the Solo Applicant written notification of the CoC rejecting the project in the local CoC competition.
Attachments:
Notification of Rating and Ranking Results and Reallocation

 

2015 Rural CoC Competition Tools

The 2015 CoC competition is underway. On September 24th the RNCoC Steering Committee formed the Rating and Ranking Committee. The policies and tools they will use to rate and rank applications in this year’s competition were reviewed via email and accepted. All of the materials and monitoring tools were sent to new and renewal applicants and posted on the SEI website on October 1, 2015.
Questions or comments can be shared at the regular monthly RNCoC TA or Steering Committee meetings.
Attachments:
CoC_Review_Ranking_Process Final 10 1 15
2015-Rating-and-Ranking-Tool-Renewal-Application
2015-Monitoring-Tool-Final
2015-Rating-and-Ranking-Tool-New-Application

 

2015 CoC Competition Tools

The 2015 CoC competition is underway. Today the RAAH Leadership Committee established the Rating and Ranking Committee and the policies and tools they will use to rate and rank applications in this year’s competition. All of the materials are attached for your review. We will be monitoring renewal applicants next week. That tool is also attached.
If you have any questions or comments, you can share them at the regular monthly RAAH meeting next week.
Attachments:
CoC_Review_Ranking_Process Final 10 1 15
2015 Rating and Ranking Tool Renewal Application
2015-Monitoring-Tool-Final
2015 Rating and Ranking Tool New Application

 

FY 2015 CoC Program Competition: Funding Availability

HUD just released FY 2015 CoC Program Competition. If you are a renewal or potential new applicant a mandatory meeting has been scheduled for September 25, from 2:30 to 5:00pm.
Link to program competition information: FY 2015 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program Competition: Funding Availability
Attachments: CoC Applicant Mandatory Meeting Agenda, FY-2015-CoC-Program-NOFA

 

SEI Announces 2014 CoC Applications

The priority list and applications for NV-501 (Washoe County) are:
Priority List for NV-501
NNAMHS SPC 1 renewal
NNAMHS SPC 2 renewal
NNAMHS SPC 2
Planning Grant
ReStart Anchor renewal
ReStart PSH for Vets renewal
Washoe County Bonus PSH renewal
The priority list and applications for NV-502 (Balance of State) are:
Priority Listing for NV-502
Carson HHS SPC 1
Carson HHS SPC 2
Churchill County Social Services
Douglas County Social Services
NFTC Advanced Recovery
NFTC
Rural Clinics
Vitality Center

 

SEI Completes 2013 CoC Applications

SEI completed two Continuum of Care applications today for the both the Reno/Sparks/Washoe County and the Balance of State (Rural) continua.
The reports can be downloaded here:
NV-501 CoC Consolidated Application

NV-502 FY2013 Consolidated Application

 

SEI Accepting Applications for 2013 CoC

SEI is currently accepting applications for the Housing and Urban Development Continuum of Care Strategy for the Homeless Competition. Applications for Rural Nevada and Northern Nevada are due to be submitted on December 19, 2013. Applications will be rated and ranked on December 20, 2013. Applications will focus on housing and supportive services for individuals and families in 16 Nevada counties.